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Prizes for Black Prophets, Gods, and Utopian Visions: Religion and Racial Identity in the Great Migration

FA-55227-10
Black Prophets, Gods, and Utopian Visions: Religion and Racial Identity in the Great Migration
Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University

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Prizes for New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Migration (Book)

Albert J. Raboteau Book Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions [link]
Date: 1/1/2017 12:00:00 AM
Organization: Journal of Africana Religions [link]
Abstract: he Albert J. Raboteau award is given each year to an academic book that exemplifies the ethos and mission of the Journal of Africana Religions, an interdisciplinary journal that publishes scholarship on African and African diasporic religious traditions. Albert J. Raboteau, for whom the prize is named, is author of the classic Slave Religion: The Invisible Institution in the Antebellum South, a book that has made a lasting impact in the field of Africana religions. To become eligible for the award, books must be nominated by an academic publisher, and a prestigious five-member committee is responsible for assessing these nominations and determining a winner. The selection, thus, is international in scope and highly competitive.


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